Honey White Live at Red's on 2004-05-22
01. Mojo Pin
02. The Lightning Rod
03. Sweet Oblivion
04. Let Go
05. The Sandman
06. Keep Moving
07. One Last Hallelujah
08. How To Fight Lonliness
09. Mercy Rule
10. You Let Me Fall
11. Wayfaring Stranger
12. Karma Police
Collection HoneyWhiteBand/Artist Honey WhiteVenue Red'sLocation Santa Barbara, CASource Roland VS-890 digital 8-track (master)Lineage to HD via n-track studio (mixing & mastering)Taped by Keir DuBoisTransferred by Keir DuBois
-This show was recorded in stereo direct to a Roland VS-890 digital 8-track recorder. Only Bryn DuBois & Keir DuBois played this show, not the whole band.
Mojo Pin written by Jeff Buckley.
Karma Police written by Radiohead.
How To Fight Lonliness written by Wilco.
Wayfaring Stranger is tradidional, arranged by Johnny Cash.
Miserlou written by Dick Dale.
Pipeline written by Brian Karman.
Wipeout written by the Surfaris.
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September 15, 2005
totally biased band member review
This show is only Bryn and Keir, opening for the Expanding Polka Funk Experience. Recording quality is excellent, and it's worthwhile for getting to hear Bryn's arsenal of covers he has at his disposal: Radiohead, Wilco, Jeff Buckley, and surf instrumentals.
September 8, 2005
I liked the way the rocked, I liked the way they rolled.
Jeff Buckley used to open all of his shows with Mojo Pin, and I and for the first part of the Honey White's (minus 2 people) cover I couldn't tell the difference. Loved the Radiohead cover and the rest.
Their originals (I'm assuming) Let go, and One Last Hallelujah we're excellent.
Great music to study physics too. :)